i would go wild at a used book store.
as an adult i would do something responsible like invest it or save it for an emergency.
if something was coming up with friends i would probably use it make my own snacks or something shareable the next time we got together.
as a kid i'm sure i would have spent it on candy or a toy that my mom would not buy for me.
most likely purchse things such as: toilet paper,tooth paste,,tissue paper,de;orderants, .,. this/that & the other til it was used or spent up on things that'll be in need of for the household !!?!!... ;-(} `'r''r''r.,.
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this is also a good article that i found:
before i became a millionaire at 28, i told myself i was either going to make it or be an absolute failure by the time i turned 30. the fear of having no job, no savings, no investments and no option to retire early kept me motivated.
there’s no “secret formula” to amassing wealth. but i can tell you that road to becoming a millionaire is much easier when you’re in your 20s: you have more energy, less dependents and little to lose.
here are the 10 money rules that helped me reach a $1 million net worth at 28:
consider both aggressive and conservative strategies
investing in an s&p 500 index fund is fine, but if you want to get rich fast, i recommend making more high-risk bets. you can land bigger wins for a small portion of your portfolio.
don’t go crazy and blow all your money away, but be willing to experiment with aggressive investment strategies. like i said, when you’re young, you have very little to lose.
when i was 22, i only had about $4,000 to my name. regardless, i invested 80% of my money in one stock and got a 5,000% return. part of it was luck. but i did my research, took a big risk and it paid off.
make property your best friend
inflation is a beast. make it a goal to own a primary residence as soon as you know where you want to live for the next five to 10 years. if you put a 20% down payment on a home and it goes 3% up per year, that’s a 15% return on your cash.
at 26, i used the lucky win i made from one stock investment and bought a two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo in san francisco for $580,500. the mortgage has since been paid off and the property now generates a steady stream of income.
live like you’re poorer than you actually are
the richer you become, the more frugal and low-key you should be. too many young people waste money on things they don’t need — simply to show off to their friends or on social media.
there’s no shame in being young and poor. drive a cheap car. live in a modest home. don’t eat out every day. don’t buy clothes you don’t need (thanks to mark zuckerberg and steve jobs , wearing the same thing every day is cool). and then be the unassuming millionaire next door.
once i became a millionaire, i purchased a six-year-old car and drove it for the next 10 years. after that, i leased a honda fit and drove it for three years. i still wear the same casual athletic clothes i wore in my 20s.
dogen, s. 2019. june 5. “10 money rules that helped me become a millionaire at 28.” cnbc. cnbc, june 5. 10 money rules that helped me become a millionaire at 28.
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nothing because a stranger just offered me money and i would refuse.
a smile, but that can vary on price.. (i'm talking about giving to the homeless!!!)
about $20 worth.
70 crayons. 90-20=70
about 400-1200 depending on conditon and if someone wants to buy it. about 400-1200 depending on conditon and if someone wants to buy it.
a 20% deposit is 20% of the total cost of the item or service you want to buy, for example, if you want to buy a new tv costing â£500, 20% would be â£100.
20 to life.
you're asking allot here. if someone gave you their code, they wouldn't be able to use it so, it would be like if someone that you didn't know, just gave 20 dollars.
normal vision is 20/20 vision, or in metric 6/6. this means that when you are 20 feet away from something, you will see what someone with normal vision would see at 20 feet away. with 20/40 vision, you would see something 20 feet away as someone with normal vision would see it at 40 feet, so therefore it would be blurry. 20/100 is also possible and 20/200 is considered legal blindness. 20/10 would be better than normal. (adapted from howstuffworks.com)
july 20, 2010
that would be "insurance fraud". if caught it is a felony and punishable by up to 20 years in prison.
it would cost about 20 dollars
2010 answer - it depends on when you birthday is, for example if you were ten you would be born in the year 1999 or 2000 so the answer is 19 or 20assuming the current year of 2010, if someone had already celebrated their birthday, they would be 20 years old. if someone had not yet celebrated their birthday, they would be 19 years old.you would be 20 years oldif you were born in 1990 you would be 20 in 2010.20 years old (as of november, 2010)
i would go amazon for 20 inch lcd tvs. i do not call it the best but it is where i would go for a place to buy something online. that is my choice for something online.
maybe about 20$. you can buy it for around 20 and emerald is 30 to buy it so i would think around 20$. no they sell it 4 $20 so it will be at least $10 less cause gamestop is cheap
there is no free key. you will have to buy a key for $20.
they would be 20. 1994+20=2014
if you mean to say that you gave away 1/10 of your collection of books, then you would have given away 2 books and would have 18 left. if you mean to say that you gave away 10/20 books, then you would have given away 10 books and would have 10 books.
apple no longer produces a 20 inch imac. you would have to buy a used one to get a 20 inch model.
90%, a*, a, 1st
percent eaten = ( 20 / 50 ) ( 100 ) = 40%
none, 'cause you'd prolly give it all away. 3.50 and go buy a calculator
probably 12- 20 bucks
i would buy 40 cans (or bottles) just to make sure everyone has at least 2 drinks. if you want to buy in liter bottles then i would buy 5, 2 liter bottles.
gun laws vary from one state to another. you would need to check to see if you are allowed to buy a 22 caliber at 20 years of age.
for chicken curry for 20 people, you would want to allow for 100 - 150 g of chicken per person. if you were to buy 20 chicken breasts, you would have plenty of meat for everyone.